Near the entrance of my main store on Seda, where my French period furnishings are located, you’ll find these two gorgeous chairs. The rich detail would be perfect for your parlor to discuss the next social event or simply for a quiet meeting among friends. Add a small round table and a tea setting and you’ll be relaxed in no time.
–left, fauteil de la tigre – red – $375
–right, fauteil de la tigre – blue – $375
Victorian Market Place, Seda (200, 111, 39)
In my Victorian Fine Furnishing store, my Victorian Daybed Sofa, awaits you. The solid mahogany has an inviting mauve and navy coverlet and pillow rolls with gold tassels. I have it paired with my Aubusson Silver – 19 rug which is a perfect match. To the left a fern rests in a brass urn. Above, “A Field of Flowers” painting continues the soothing colors of your Victorian parlor.
–Victorian Daybed Sofa – $325,
–Aubusson Silver – 19 rug – $75
–Ferm in a brass urn – $100
–Field of Flowers painting – $75
In the same setting, you’ll find my Victorian Lounge with a luxuriate pose. The crimson brocade is stunning and topped with a gold roll pillow and throw blanket. I know you will find it difficult to escape its comfort.
–Victorian Lounge – $295
A few settings away, you’ll find this lovely Hutch Desk with moveable doors, perfect for hiding your documents or favorite classics. The Emporess Chair has a writing animation which will allow you to write your latest work of fiction.
–Boxed Hutch Desk -$510
–Emporess Chair – $275
One setting over is a must for your Victorian library. Your children’s governess will be in heaven when she gazes at the titles of your collection and your children will grow up knowing the best literature in all of England.
–Bookcase – $100
–Library Ladder – $195
Until next time, Emilie